Easy and delicious Instant Pot Chicken Broccoli Casserole Recipe with Noodles…
It is so cold out right now isn’t it?! I’m in Central Florida and we have had freezing temperatures, which is totally crazy! With pretty much the whole country in freezing weather conditions, I say we all make our favorite yummy comfort food in our Instant Pot, ok?! Ok!
If you aren’t on the Instant Pot craze train yet, what are you waiting for?? If you are on the train, well CHOO CHOO! Let’s ride away together to creamy dreamy noodle land with this recipe!
My Instant Pot Swedish Meatball recipe has been very popular this week, and I wanted to come up with something similar but with chicken in the pressure cooker…and so was born this ultra tasty Instant Pot chicken broccoli casserole recipe! You are going to love this one, too!
What I love about this Instant Pot recipe is that you basically dump everything into the pressure cooker, set it and forget it! It’s a dream come true for busy moms everywhere. Or hungry people who want their food done ASAP!
Ready to whip this baby up? Here’s what you’ll need…
Instant Pot Chicken Broccoli Casserole
– 1 bag/pound egg noodles
– 1 pound boneless skinless chicken breasts (thin sliced or filets)
– 1 bag frozen broccoli
– 32oz organic French Onion soup broth (I use this one)
– 1.5 cups milk
– 2 heaping tablespoons sour cream
First, dump your egg noodles into the bottom of the Instant Pot.
Next, arrange your raw chicken on top of the noodles. I used organic boneless skinless chicken tenders (2 packs of these from Publix, total was about 1 pound of meat).
Next, dump your FROZEN broccoli on top. Then, pour the French Onion Soup broth and milk into the Instant Pot.
Set your Instant Pot to cook on manual for 11 minutes. When it beeps and it’s done, do a quick release of the steam. Allow the meal to cool for a few minutes, then stir in the sour cream. Allow it to cool a few more minutes to thicken up. That’s it!
Note: The chicken will break apart on it’s own since it’s so super tender from the cooking process. You’re totally welcome to chop your chicken into cubes/bite sized pieces prior to cooking but I’m lazy and didn’t feel like doing that! Ha.
Enjoy this delectable pot of heavenliness!
For the printable version of this recipe, please see below…